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Superfood: Tomato

Posted by Jennifer Carrasco on

There are a lot of superfoods out there, but how do you know which one is the best? Well, it depends on what benefits you are looking to gain. That’s why we are going to focus on one superfood at a time. The superstar of the show today is the tomato. Below are some benefits found from medicalnewstoday.com and organicfacts.net.   Benefits: Protects your skin by helping block harmful UV rays. Linked to heart health because of the fiber, potassium, vitamin C, and choline Contain lycopene. An antioxidant that isn’t easily found in other foods. Could potentially protect the skin...

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Air Frying vs. Deep Frying

Posted by Marilyn Agbanlog on

What do these three words have in common? Fried Chicken, French Fries, and Fried Shrimp. 1. They're delicious. 2. They're deep fried. People love fried food, but it's common knowledge that deep fried food contributes to type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol and other serious health issues. However, despite the consequences, we crave the delicious crunch.  A healthier alternative to deep-frying is cooking with an air fryer.  Air fryers offer a many possibilities when it comes to making delicious fried food.     By now, you must be thinking “This is way too good to be true, frying with little to no...

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About Pressure Cookers

Posted by Marilyn Agbanlog on

About Pressure Cookers  Pressure cooking has been around since the 1600s, first attempted by a French physicist by the name of Denis Papin. He designed a pot that was mechanically sealed with weights and named it “Steam Digestor”.  Over the years, pressure cookers have evolved in the forms of a mechanically sealed pot with weights to a cooking pot with a special lid to today’s electric pressure cookers. The new electric pressure cookers today are designed with multiple safety features that make pressure cooking safe when used properly.   The picture above shows how pressure cookers have changed through time...

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Celebrating President's Day with Presidents' Favorite Foods

Posted by Berenice Curro on

We're Celebrating President's Day There's nothing more American than hosting a BBQ—cooking with your neighbors, friends, and family. Here are some foods to try at your next cookout and they happen to come with a President's approval!  Donald Trump: Lay's Potato ChipsBarack Obama: Salted AlmondsGeorge W. Bush: Cheeseburger PizzaBill Clinton: Jalapeño BurgersGeorge H.W. Bush: Pork RindsRonald Reagan: Jelly BeansRichard Nixon: MeatloafJohn F. Kennedy: New England Clam ChowderFranklin D. Roosevelt: Grilled CheeseAbraham Lincoln: Gingerbread MenThomas Jefferson: WineGeorge Washington: Hazelnuts   Non-Stick Reusable Baking & Grilling Mats  

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Tailgating with Air Fryer Sweet and Spicy Nuts

Posted by Berenice Curro on

Tailgating Trivia Seems to be that the Romans were the first ones to tailgate, Julius Caesar did it behind his chariot History records show that people also tailgated during the Civil War battles 30% of tailgaters at sporting events don't even attend the game Americans spend $35 billion on food, beverages, and other gear for tailgating each year The average tailgater spends more than $500 per year on food for tailgating   Whether tailgating, at home or with friends, make yourself comfortable and enjoy the party. Learn more about the best chairs for tailgating. These chairs can hold up to 300...

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